The investigation into potential links between the Kremlin and Trump’s campaign team got even weirder on Wednesday, when Devin Nunes, the Chairman House Intelligence Committee, uncovered potentially new evidence, and then decided to visit the White House to share the findings with President Trump. (Sidenote: President Trump is one of the people he’s supposed to be investigating.)

+ The move added more somewhat shocking complexity to an already shocking story. Here’s Vox with the latest Trump wiretapping news, explained in plain English

+ The way I see it, if Nunes gets to keep his job as chair of the investigation, none of us has to follow any rules, ever again. But like everything, opinions on the matter are decidedly split; and some media outlets covered the Nunes bean-spilling as vindication for Trump. This divide is all part of Donald Trump and the rise of tribal epistemology. (Don’t worry, you don’t need to know the definition of epistemology to get something out of the article.) At this point, Trump could detonate a dirty bomb in the rose garden and the reaction would be split across party lines.